Japanese researchers may have found a way to produce cheaper drugs from chicken eggs. They have successfully genetically modified hens using CRISPR to produce eggs containing large amounts of interferon beta protein, a very expensive protein used to treat various illnesses including multiple sclerosis and cancer. The protein costs between $300-$1000 for just one microgram procured with current methods; for treating MS, the interferon dosage can start at 30 micrograms. This technology could reduce the price of cancer drugs by 90% if proven successful in further trials. (CNN)